I started to be fed up to see all the books I like to be out of print, so I started to contact authors and collect their old books. I would like to thanks them all and their publishers as well. If you know an author that is willing to give to the community a book, please give him my email. Now if you like these books and want to help me continue support me.
Thanks in advance...sometimes I have the impression to do too much stuff for nothing.

I added some other material because they illustrate the philosophy behind Smalltalk.

Squeak by Example. Andrew P. Black, Stéphane Ducasse, Oscar Nierstrasz and Damien Pollet.Square Bracket Associates, 2007.

It is intended for both students and developers, will guide you gently through the Squeak language and environment by means of a series of examples and exercises. This book is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license. You can either download the PDF for free, or you can buy a softcover copy from lulu.com. (You can also pay for the PDF download from www.lulu.com, if you would like to make a contribution to this effort, but you are under no obligation.)

Smalltalk design pattern companion book drafts. Sherman Alpert, Kyle Brown, and Bobby Woolf. Addison-Wesley, 978-02011846241998.

The chapters listed here are not in their final form but more in draft form. Buy the book it is really excellent.

Smalltalk by Example: the Developer's Guide Alex Sharp, McGraw Hill Text; ISBN: 0079130364, 1997.

This book covers all kinds of issues basic level, design, testing... I liked it a lot. The code and the book as a single file containing everything are available. Thank again Lukas Renggli for his effort for converting everything from Word. Thanks a lot Alec and thanks McGraw-Hill http://books.mcgraw-hill.com/ They were really nice with us so think about it if you hesitate to buy one of their books. Not all the publishers are that open-minded.

Smalltalk With Style (Volume One) by Edward Klimas, Suzanne Skublics and David A. Thomas. ISBN: 0-13-165549-3, Publisher: Prentice Hall, Copyright: 1996. A great and small book that everybody should read. Thanks Ed, Suzanne and Dave to give it for free. We would like to OCR it but we do not have time now. If you have a better cover please send it to me.

Inside Smalltalk (Volume One), by LaLonde, Wilf R. and Pugh, John R., Prentice-Hall, 1990, ISBN 0-13-468414-1. We would like to OCR it but we do not have time now.

Inside Smalltalk (Volume Two), by LaLonde, Wilf R. and Pugh, John R., Prentice-Hall, 1990, ISBN 0-13-468414-1. We would like to OCR it but we do not have time now.

A Little Smalltalk, by Tim Budd, Addison-Wesley 1987.

Many thanks to Tim Budd and his publisher. Please have a look at http://www.aw.com/catalog/academic/discipline/1,4094,69948,00.html.

The Art and Science of Smalltalk, by Simon Lewis, Prentice-Hall 1995-1999.

Many thanks to the original publishers of this book Prentice-Hall, the responsible of the HP series and Simon Lewis.

Practical Smalltalk: Using Smalltalk/V, by Dan Shafer and Dean A. Ritz, Springer Verlag; (July 1991).

Many thanks to the original publishers of this book Springer Verlag, and Dan. Thanks

Smalltalk An Introduction to Application Development using VisualWorks, Trevor Hopkins and Bernard Horan, Pearson Education, 1995. The answers of the exercises are at ftp://st.cs.uiuc.edu/pub/Smalltalk/books/Book_Answers.tar.gz

Many thanks to the original publishers of this book, Pearson Education, for permission to distribute this work, and of course the authors!

Smalltalk and Object Orientation: an Introduction,Springer-Verlag, ISBN 3-540-76115-2, 1997.

This book provides a good survey of Smalltalk. Some information are now obsolete but it is still worth reading. Enjoy it.

Thanks John www.johnhunt.info to support our request. We want to thank Springer Verlag Publishing for allowing us to give you this book for free.

Smalltalk V Tutorial

The Taste of SmalltalkTed Kaehler and Dave Patterson, W W Norton & Co.; ISBN: 0393955052; (May 1986).

This book is for collectors. The quotes are really excellent.

All the chapters are ready (except chap.2 for now) Enjoy it. (Scanned, OCRed...by Stef, Alex, Gabriela, and Lukas). Thanks Ted.

The Joy Of Smalltalk Ivan Tomek (September 2000). 700 pages

Ivan wrote this book and he gave it to the community. It contains a lot of useful material. Thanks again ivan and continue to write good books.

Smalltalk-80, Bits of History, Words of AdviceBy Glen Krasner, Editor ISBN 0-201-11669-3. 344 pp. 1983

This book is for collectors. Thanks Glenn.

Smalltalk-80: The Language and its Implementation By Adele Goldberg and DavidRobson; Xerox Palo Alto Research Center ISBN 0-201-11371-6. 344 pp. 1983

Smalltalk-80, The Interactive Programming EnvironmentBy Adele Goldberg ISBN 0201113724. 560 pp. 1983

This book is for collectors. Thanks Adele.

DRAFTS of Squeak, Open Personal Computing and Multimedia Mirror of http://coweb.cc.gatech.edu/squeakbook/. Edited by Mark Guzdial and Kim Rose. Prentice-Hall 2000. It's available from Prentice-Hall.

DRAFS of Squeak : Open Personal Computing for Multimedia taken from http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~mark.guzdial/drafts/. Mark Guzdial, Prentice-Hall 2000. It's available from Prentice-Hall.

Syntaxbasierte Programmierwerkzeuge L. Schmitz, B.G. Teubner Stuttgart 1995. 1996.

This book presents compilation techniques in german. Lothar Schmitz is still developing a free visual compiler-compiler (SIC and JACCIE). http://ist.unibw-muenchen.de/Research/Tools/SIC http://ist.unibw-muenchen.de/Research/Tools/JACCIE

(In Swedish) Objektorienterad programmering i Smalltalk Bjoern Eiderbaeck, Per Haegglund, and Olle Baelter

Thanks Bjoern Eiderbaeck.

(In Spanish) Programando con Smalltalk Diego Gomez Deck

Thanks Diego. This book is distributed under the Creative Commons license and it would be nice to translate it in other languages.
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